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2018Environmental Research Letters: Vol. 13, Issue 11Measuring what works: quantifying greenhouse gas emission reductions of behavioural interventions to reduce driving, meat consumption, and household energy useSeth Wynes, Kimberly A Nicholas, Jiaying Zhao, Simon D Donner
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2018Building Research & Information: Vol. 46, Issue 3Feedback in energy-demand reductionKathryn Buchanan, Sam Staddon, Dan van der Horst
2017Energy: Vol. 125Energy-saving effect of automatic home energy report utilizing home energy management system data in JapanYumiko Iwafune, Yuko Mori, Toshiaki Kawai, Yoshie Yagita
2017Energy Efficiency: Vol. 10, Issue 6Does feedback usage lead to electricity savings? Analysis of goals for usage, feedback seeking, and consumption behaviorSebastian Gölz
2017Resources, Conservation and Recycling: Vol. 125Impact of information feedback on residential electricity demand in ChinaLimin Du, Jin Guo, Chu Wei
2017Energy Policy: Vol. 107Persistence of the effects of providing feedback alongside smart metering devices on household electricity demandJoachim Schleich, Corinne Faure, Marian Klobasa
2017Comparative Political Studies: Vol. 50, Issue 10Texting Complaints to Politicians: Name Personalization and Politicians’ Encouragement in Citizen MobilizationGuy Grossman, Kristin Michelitch, Marta Santamaria
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2016Energy Policy: Vol. 94Identifying electricity-saving potential in rural China: Empirical evidence from a household surveyYihua Yu, Jin Guo
2016Energy Research & Social Science: Vol. 21What motivates people to use energy feedback systems? A multiple goal approach to predict long-term usage behaviour in daily lifeSebastian Gölz, Ulf J.J. Hahnel
2015SSRN Electronic JournalThe Role of Information for Energy Efficiency in the Residential SectorAna Ramos, Alberto Gago, Xavier Labandeira, Pedro Linares Llamas
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2013Open Journal of Energy Efficiency: Vol. 02, Issue 01The Effectiveness of Energy Feedback for Conservation and Peak Demand: A Literature ReviewDesley Vine, Laurie Buys, Peter Morris
2013Energy Economics: Vol. 36Smart meter devices and the effect of feedback on residential electricity consumption: Evidence from a natural experiment in Northern IrelandWill Gans, Anna Alberini, Alberto Longo
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